One of the most troublesome ongoing endeavors was the live-action Death Note discharged on Netflix. While a few fanatics of the first had issue with how the film explained the first arrangement, reaction to the film was certain to such an extent that Netflix affirmed that they are delivering a development.
Be that as it may, it’s been a piece since we’ve gotten any updates regarding how it’s going along. In any case, that changed as of late as the content author for Netflix’s Death Note 2, Greg Russo, took to Twitter to share the accompanying update about how it’s taking care of business up to this point:
“Appreciate all the check-ins from DeathNote fans. Have something very cool in the works for the franchise- can’t talk about it yet but it’s def alive and in good hands ;)”.
Russo is a fresh out of the box new expansion to the group as the main film was composed by the group of Charles and Vlas Parlapanides and Jeremy Slater. There are right now no subtleties with regards to the remainder of the generation, so it’s presently hazy whether executive Adam Wingard will return for the spin-off or whether any of the cast individuals are.
So this is the principal genuine update about the spin-off as far back as it was declared a year ago, and ideally, this implies there will be progressively considerable updates later on.